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New Survey Reveals Top Law School in U.S.

New Survey Reveals Top Law School in U.S. Professionals were recently surveyed by Business Insider regarding which law schools they consider to be the best in the country. The results found that Harvard Law School was considered the top law school in the United States. Of the respondents,…>read more

No Comment October 8, 2012

Family of Tyler Clementi Will Not File Lawsuit

Family of Tyler Clementi Will Not File Lawsuit The family of Tyler Clementi, the Rutgers University freshman who committed suicide, has made a decision not to sue the school or the man involved in the case. Clementi committed suicide after a video of him with a man was…>read more

No Comment October 8, 2012

ABA Says Race Can be Used to Determine Admission

ABA Says Race Can be Used to Determine Admission According to the ABA Journal, the United States Supreme Court will hear a case involving race being used as a determining factor for college admissions and this idea is being supported by the American Bar Association. A brief from the…>read more

No Comment October 5, 2012

Video of Girl Masturbating in Cornell Law Library Surfaces

Video of Girl Masturbating in Cornell Law Library Surfaces Members of forums across the country have come across three pornographic videos of a woman masturbating in the libraries of Cornell University. The first video released to the public was described as ‘pretty sick’ by the school’s director of press…>read more

1 Comment October 4, 2012

Northwestern University Law School Receives $5 Million Gift

Northwestern University Law School Receives $5 Million Gift The Kirkland & Ellis Foundation has gifted $5 million to Northwestern University School of Law, according to a press release from the school. The gift is also from 31 of the senior partners from the law firm who are alumni…>read more

No Comment October 3, 2012

November 6 Dilemma over Illegal Immigrant’s Law License

November 6 Dilemma over Illegal Immigrant’s Law License On Tuesday, Florida’s Supreme Court considered the implications of issuing a law license to an undocumented immigrant and law school graduate who had passed the Florida bar. When asked about the grounds on how Godinez-Samperio, who was an illegal immigrant,…>read more

No Comment October 3, 2012

Kansas University School of Law Experiences Increase in Applications

Kansas University School of Law Experiences Increase in Applications It was announced on Monday that the Kansas University School of Law saw a 19 percent increase in applications for 2012. In 2011, the school received 819 applications and in 2012 the school received 973 applications. In 2010, there were…>read more

No Comment October 2, 2012

John Donald Cody, Accused of Fraud, A Harvard Law Grad

John Donald Cody, Accused of Fraud, A Harvard Law Grad A fugitive known as Bobby Thompson, accused of running a $100 million scam that collected donations for veterans of the Navy, has been identified as John Donald Cody. Cody would sign legal documents using the name Mr. X. “John Donald…>read more

No Comment October 2, 2012

UC Irvine Planning Certificate Course for In-house Counsel

UC Irvine Planning Certificate Course for In-house Counsel The University of California, Irvine School of Law is planning to start  a Center for Corporate Law from next summer to offer training for in-house counsel, and students who aspire to become in-house attorneys after graduation. While, such programs in…>read more

No Comment October 2, 2012

University of Washington Law School Has Former Bank Robber as Law Student

University of Washington Law School Has Former Bank Robber as Law Student One of the most interesting students at the University of Washington law school is that of Shon Hopwood. Hopwood is a former bank robber who served 10 years in prison for his crimes, according to the Seattle Times. “People that…>read more

No Comment October 1, 2012

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